Cloud Infographic: Evolution Of The Backup Even though cloud backup solutions have matured a lot over the past ten years, many enterprises are still in the storage-tape era. Although discs and optical drives were supposed to kill them in the 1990s, tapes have hung on. While consumers have waved goodbye to their VHS and audio
Cloud Infographic: Cybercrime Costs Around The World Cyber threats, like identity theft, malware and data breaches, are constantly increasing in number and growing in sophistication. The New Face of Cybercrime infographic illustrates various methods to prevent and protect against the cyber threats expected in 2014 and explores the costs incurred by companies around the globe
Cloud infographic: Storage Battle – Box vs Dropbox There has been much discussion over storage powerhouses such as Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox. There is one company that has been doing this since 2005, and this company is Box.net. Read the contributed post by Box.net CEO Aaron Levie in 2011 on CloudTweaks to get
Cloud Infographic: Who Owns All The Bitcoins? While the popularity of Bitcoin has been rocketing in the West, the attraction of an online digital currency wasn’t so attractive to lawmakers in Thailand. In July 2013 the South-East Asian country became the first jurisdiction in the world to ban it, citing a lack of regulation and capital
Cloud Infographic: Big Data Retail Revolution We’ve been covering Big Data a fair bit over the years on CloudTweaks. Most recently we’ve taken a unique look at Big Data in a whole different light. Such as Big Data in the Film Industry, Sports and even in Space. Which leads us to one of the largest areas of interest in which
Cloud Infographic: A War Of Ideas – Apple vs Google Each week CloudTweaks reviews a number of infographics and this particular infographic stands out due to the sheer popularity between the two companies. Many are adamant Apple fans while others align with Google with perhaps most people neutral in their alliance. Where do you fit?
Cloud Infographic: Cloud Adoption & Risk For those who have yet to get on-board. Cloud adoption will be big part of many businesses agenda as we move into 2014. Provided is an excellent infographic provided by the team at Skyhigh which illustrates the high a number of cloud services available in the marketplace. Infograhpic Source: Skyhigh
Cloud Infographic: Disaster Recovery Business downtime can be detrimental without a proper disaster recovery plan in place. Only 6% of businesses that experience downtime without a plan will survive long term. Less than half of all businesses that experience a disaster are likely to reopen their doors. There are many causes of data loss and
Cloud Infographic: The Mobile Business Boom Mobile computing is big business and here to stay. Not too long ago telecommuting was a concept to the mobile job seeker which consisted of questionable ‘work at home’ offerings such as envelope stuffing, paid surveys, transcriptions etc..etc… Much of this is starting to evolve today with the explosion of
Cloud Infographic: 25 High Paying Internships We’ve covered most areas pertaining to Cloud Computing information on CloudTweaks over the last several years. One of the most popular areas of interest has always been education and employment. To add to this, we’ve come across an interesting infographic courtesy of Glassdoor for those looking for high paying internships.
Private clouds were popular in the early days of cloud computing, when enterprises struggled with security and control issues. Countless CIOs repeated the same adage to me: If they can’t touch their cloud servers, those servers are not to be trusted. Read the source article at infoworld.com
Women are the biggest consumers of sex toys, so can we get beyond femmebots already? For quite a while now, the “future of sex” has had a mascot: A sex robot, like Roxxxy TrueCompanion. Or maybe it’s a disembodied female voice, like in the Spike Jonze film Her , allowing an awkward man to have
The results of the fifth annual Cost of Cyber Crime study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute shows just how much cybercrime has spread from 2013 to 2014. Did you know that the average cost of a cyber attack is now around $12.7 million dollars—up from $11.6M last year? Or that the time to resolve these attacks